alcramer [Alfredo Cramerotti]

Private Investigations: talks and book presentations 8th & 9th November, 2011

Posted in nEws and rEleases by alcramer on October 24, 2011

Private Investigations is a compilation of texts and image-based contributions by former Büchsenhausen Fellows, addressing their own research-based art practice and discussing the same in contributions specifically created for this publication. The focus of the book is on artistic strategies which attempt to infiltrate the hegemonic discourses of knowledge, which are currently emerging also in the art context, while at the same time proposing own ways of appropriating and processing knowledge. Private Investigations includes contributions by Alfredo CRAMEROTTI, Judith FISCHER, Geoffrey GARRISON, Alison GERBER, Ana HOFFNER, Brigitta KUSTER, Ralo MAYER, Andrei SICLODI and Alexander VAINDORF.

Venues and dates:

Private Investigations
Alfredo CRAMEROTTI, Andrei SICLODI, and others: Book launch and discussion
Tue 08.11.2011, 19.00, Künstlerhaus Büchsenhausen Innsbruck

Private Investigations
Alfredo CRAMEROTTI, Ana HOFFNER, Andrei SICLODI, and others: Book launch and discussion
Wed 09.11.2011, 19.00, SECESSION VIENNA 

About the book:

Private Investigations
with contributions by Andrei Siclodi (Ed.), Alfredo Cramerotti, Judith Fischer, Geoffrey Garrison, Alison Gerber, Ana Hoffner, Brigitta Kuster, Ralo Mayer, and Alexander Vaindorf.
Published by Künstlerhaus Büchsenhausen
English language / 144 pages / 2011 / EUR 15,00
Büchs’n’Books, Volume 3
ISBN 978-3-9502583-1-8

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  1. Private Investigations said, on March 1, 2012 at 5:06 am

    Nice video. Enjoyed it. Thanks.


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